Company E's work in performance, dance, music, cross-cultural education, film and interdisciplinary art bridges boundaries across national, international and local divides.
The work we do is always vital and often unique.
From programs in countries where relations are strained -- like Russia and China -- to emerging nations where the thirst for art, and for an understanding of the U.S. is rich -- like Kazakhstan and Uruguay -- to the core work we do right here at home in the District of Columbia, the Company is focused on, and committed to, making a difference in the many lives we touch.
Art can, and must, make a difference in our world. Your support is essential to that mission.
Here are just a few examples of what your support funds:
- $70 funds a day of salary for a Company Member
- $250 funds one week of in-school education programming in DCPS or a Charter School
- $350 pays one dancer for one week of rehearsal
- $600 covers a full year scholarship for a student at the Movement Center, our School of Dance
- $1,000 pays to commission a NEXT generation choreographer to create a work of art
- $1,250 covers a month's studio rent for our School and Dance Company
- $5,000 covers the creation of an entire episode in our EPISODES TV series
- $10,000 covers the cost of an entire year's public/charter school partnership
Company E is a 501 (c) 3 not-for-profit organization based in the District of Columbia. All donations are fully tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law.
Make your donation by check or by credit card online here.
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COMPANY E, INC
1814 Lamont Street NW
Washington, DC 20010-2604
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"The MC builds and supports whole-child learning...instilling the values of self-discipline and team building."
- Roseanna B. MC Parent 2019
The Company | E Movement Center for Dance Education teaches the next generation both the technique and the joy of movement.
"An incredible, welcoming experience."
-- Julianne K. - 2018 Student
"...exactly the kind of work we had imagined when creating the Performances for Young Audiences series, elegantly combining multiple art forms including modern dance, classical music, storytelling, visual arts, and theater."
-- David Kilpatrick, Director, Education Programs and Productions. The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.